Grey Whale Spotted South of the Equator

GEOGRAPHY Grey Whale Spotted South of the Equator For the first time in recorded history, a grey whale has been seen in the Southern Hemisphere. The sighting, off the coast of Namibia, has scientists wondering if the cetacean is reclaiming an ancient migration route or just plain lost. Discussion Ideas: A species range is the area where a particular species can be found during its … Continue reading Grey Whale Spotted South of the Equator

March 2009 Newsletter

Read the March 2009 Newsletter: “Dive into the Oceans”

Inside: A Huge “THANK YOU” to All Who Wrote Congress
GeoFeature: A Whale of a Time
Geography in the News: The Great Pacific Garbage Patch
Blog: National Geographic’s Greatest Ocean Adventurers

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